Set up in order to help students choose where to study, the U-Multirank tool compares over 1,700 universities and colleges from 92 countries across the world. Five dimensions are evaluated: teaching and learning, research, knowledge transfer, international orientation and regional engagement. Each university is evaluated according to individual indicators in these categories and ranked between “very good” (A) to “weak” (E).

The University of Luxembourg received top scores for internationalisation and researchExcellent internationalisation

The University of Luxembourg was evaluated on 32 different indicators and received 16 A scores. It particularly stood out in the field of international orientation, where it received A marks for all 6 indicators for which it was graded. Its best scores were for international academic staff (86.99%), international doctorate degree (86.08%) and foreign language master programmes (86.05%).

Top-level research

The university also received 6 A scores in the field of research, out of 10 indicators evaluated: citation rate, research publications, external research income, top cited publications, post-doc positions and professional publications.

In addition, it received 2 A scores out of 7 indicators in knowledge transfer and 2 out of 5 in regional engagement. However, it does less well in the field of teaching and learning, where it only received C scores.

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